The blues' search for new players obviously won't stop untill they gets a new striker, right wing back and a midifieder this summer.
Some couple players have also extended thier contract with the club. Players such as Tiago Silva and even manager Thomas Tuchel. Midfielders N'golo Kante and Jorginho are also on the verge of extending their contract with Chelsea and according to Reports coming in today another youngster have renewed his contract with the club.
Teddy Sharman-Lowe is a 19 years old goalkeeper who signed for Chelsea in 2020 and he has been impressive ever since.
Chelsea have Officially renewed his contract after participating in just three games last season and also making his England U-19 debut.
He was scouted by Peter Cech in 2017 after the signing of Kepa Arrizabalaga and the ex blues' goalkeeper pushed for his signing for the future.
Today Chelsea have renewed his contract and he will stay with the blues for a little more time.
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